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    Still starting my Camino

    I have reached Lis Arcos
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    Virtual Camino

    I am doing the same. So far I have reached Estella.
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    Still starting my Camino

    Believe it or nor I am doing the same. Hoping to reach Santiago in 10 weeks. Good luck to us both and of course other members who are yearning to be a part of that beautiful Camino family of walkers.
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    Raincoat or poncho?

    Poncho every time, covers your backpack. Easy to get on and off.
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    Where did you walk ( locally ) in 2020?

    Love to just step out of the door and walk.
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    Seize the day and Happy New Year

    Wishing all caministas,whether walking now, have walked or about to set off on pilgrimage a peaceful, new year filled with live and happiness.
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    Best Camino "tour operator"?

    If unreal layback want a tour operator try Iberian Adventures, based in Spain
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    Merry Christmas to you all

    To you and yours a Christmas blessing from NE England
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    Christmas Eve party!

    Wish I was there!
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    Favorite Leg/Section

    The last time I walkied the CF I climbed O Cebrerio without other folk. The peace, the tranquility, the beauty and the quietness is still with me today and I hope that feeling never leaves. Awesome is a word bandied about these days but it sums up eve I described. I hope others felt this as well.
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    People on the Camino that become your Friends

    Lifelong friendships have bee formed on the Camino. Just this year I met up with people I walked with in 2013 in Ontario and Toronto. We still have so much more in common than JUST THE WAY.
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    Congratulations to Mabel Smith 92 arriving SdC today

    Must be an amazing lady. Buen Camino Mabel
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    Sarria pilgrims

    i am in total agreement with you. We are not here to judge. I have also heard these negative comments.How about we all embraced them and made them feel welcome.
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    Can't believe I'm in Santiago!

    Thank you for that, it represents what we all feel.
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    Vaseline on feet?

    TRied and tested method which has worked for numerous caministas for years. No blisters!
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    Orisson or onwards to Roncesvalles

    Really depends on the day. If you get rain then onto Roncevalles. If you get 38degrees, stop in Orrison. It is a hard slog but beautiful. Enjoy whatever you decide.
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    Doing Camino with Family

    There is a young family who have walked the Camino at least four times complete with push chair for the youngest. The Mam and Dad met whilst doing the walk. So the answer is a big YES
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    Early September, too crowded?

    I started September 1st three years ago and found no problems with crowds however the temperatures hit 38degrees on day one walking the Pyrenees . Be prepared for all eventualities , but most of all enjoy the journey. Don’t be put off by what people say, it is your Camino and how you do it is...
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    is the first day as daunting as it looks?

    A lot will depend on the weather. When I walked this in the mist and coolish weather, I never noticed the uphill section but of course. I didn’t see the views. The next time it was 38degrees and everyone realised that even with water it was much tougher. I know I was 72 yrs old but the younger...

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